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23 September,2017

Why You Don’t Need to Panic When Your Horse “Falls Apart” During Your Ride

by Horse Listening And I’m not talking about the panic you might feel emotionally, or even mentally (that’s a subject […]

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22 September,2017

The Question Of Getting On

The lad that competes my young ISH always amazes me with his ability to leap up on him from the […]

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12 September,2017

The Perfect Trot

Ask any rider which pace they use most and the chances are they’ll say trot. Yet ask a dressage judge […]

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23 August,2017

KA Coaching – How To Ride a Turn on the Forehand

Ok, so you want to ride a turn on the forehand, here’s our KA Equestrian How To guide….   What […]

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